Station counts

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Dylanchris73
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Station counts

Post by Dylanchris73 »

Which lines have the most and fewest number of stations on them?

RWERN
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Re: Station counts

Post by RWERN »

Well, the A has the highest station count of 66, I believe. Discounting shuttle services, the 7 has the fewest with only 21 stops.

Dylanchris73
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Re: Station counts

Post by Dylanchris73 »

Thanks!

R36 Combine Coach
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Re: Station counts

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RWERN wrote:Well, the A has the highest station count of 66, I believe. Discounting shuttle services, the 7 has the fewest with only 21 stops.
Is that all stops when the A runs local late nights or just the normal count on express schedule?
Since my friend continues to chain smoke nonstop, she is probably an Alco.

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Re: Station counts

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R36 Combine Coach wrote:
RWERN wrote:Well, the A has the highest station count of 66, I believe. Discounting shuttle services, the 7 has the fewest with only 21 stops.
Is that all stops when the A runs local late nights or just the normal count on express schedule?
That count is of all stations at which the A train stops during some kind of planned service, inclusive of late night locals, service to Aqueduct Racetrack, and the peak service to Rockaway Park.

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Re: Station counts

Post by R36 Combine Coach »

Ok, the A is also the longest route (31 miles) and the only one to have three branches.
Since my friend continues to chain smoke nonstop, she is probably an Alco.

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